Gain first-hand knowledge, connections, and international work experience through an academic internship in Israel.
Discover the ancient Incan Civilization in its former capital Cusco, Peru through first hand anthropological research and visits to historical Andean sites. and visits to historical Andean sites.
Learn about Philippine history, culture, and society through interactions with Filipino people, as well as selected lectures by leading scholars in the Philippines.
Gain first-hand knowledge, connections, and international work experience through an academic internship in Singapore.
Broaden your architecture experience by stepping into a town where culture, food, ritual, and environment significantly impact urban design.
Examine the drivers of business innovation, while exploring issues of sustainability, labor, stakeholder responsibility and impact from a business perspective, and assessing those same issues from the NGO and governmental perspective.
This four week travel/study course focuses on legacies of war, exemplary moments of peaceful coexistence, and historical challenges to peace in the former Yugoslavia over the 20th century.
Introduce yourself to the cultural and political identity of the Low Countries—the Netherlands and Belgium, two contrasting monarchies in the heart of Europe.
From the Renaissance to the United Nations, experience life and history in one of Europe’s grand imperial capitals.
Learn how to use geographic information systems (GIS) in the peaceful, culturally rich, and biodiverse country of Bhutan in the Himalayan Mountains, where progress is measured in Gross National Happiness.
Experience the historic and ever-changing city of Havana and examine Cuba's revolutionary tradition on a multi-city trip across the island.
Experience a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to interact with multiple indigenous groups and see parts of Ecuador that are not available to traditional tourists.
Assist with a wide range of services to children and teenagers in disadvantaged areas; support the families of children with special needs and long term illness; gain hands-on skills by facilitating activities in Summer Youth Camps; or assist with a non-profit organization that provides support for individuals and families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Intern in New Zealand, a land of stunning natural beauty and a rich multicultural environment.
Discover the many lessons we can take home from Barcelona on housing development and neighborhood regeneration efforts.
Explore services for vulnerable communities in California’s Bay Area and Central Valley.
Learn why some European cities are way ahead of U.S. cities in sustainable development and design.
Journey through two European countries famous for their trend setting historical and contemporary art, architecture and design.
Weaving lectures, walking tours, and short daily trips into one, this program in Paris presents a two-fold approach to the histories of the kingdom of France in the Middle Ages and the early modern period.
Explore ancient Greece through a combination of classical archaeological site visits, lectures, and the works of Homer, Plato, Sophocles, and Aristophanes.
From the ecological preservation of jungle and reef habitats to the ongoing quest for indigenous Chamorro self-determination, students will receive training in and everyday exposure to the social movements of Guam, the Mariana Islands, and the wider Asia-Pacific.
Take courses in German art, culture, and history as you move from Vienna to Munich and on to Berlin.
Examine the individual systems of government in Britain, the Netherlands and France and the role played by these countries in world politics.
Explore cutting edge, urban, cultural and political issues, and the trendiest neighborhoods in the country's largest city.
By interacting directly with activists and their organizations in Rio de Janeiro and Salvador, students gain insight on (1) social problems affecting Black and impoverished communities, and (2) the process by which emerge the responses generated within such communities to address the problems.
This class will bring together perspectives on the politics, relations, and values that influence contemporary Cuba and Cuban culture.
This course offers a four-week introduction to the major monuments and sites of ancient Rome where students will see Rome through the centuries.
Examine global Africa by looking at ways in which Africa is shaping (and being shaped by) the world historically and currently.
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Learn about and experience the ground breaking work of Australian neurobiologists as you visit scientific laboratories and explore museums throughout Sydney.
Investigate how humans have interacted with the natural world and how this interaction has been influenced by such factors as class, race, and gender.
Participate in excursions which turn students’ classroom discussions into actual practice where knowledge of ASL will truly be an asset in live interactions with deaf people.
Explore late 19th and 20th century history through extensive visits to Berlin's many museums and historical sites.
Hong Kong’s location at the crossroads of global capitalism and transpacific cultures is an ideal location for students to study the histories of globalization and social movements.
The location of Madrid, Spain will serve as an ideal site to introduce students to the process of building the modern nation-state, one of the key themes of both courses.
Often referred to as “the Athens of the North” because of its rich intellectual tradition in the arts, humanities, and sciences, Edinburgh is the second most visited city in the United Kingdom.